Seahawks QB Russell Wilson and coach Pete Carroll highly praised the 49ers' defensive leader, Fred Warner, ahead of the Week-8 contest.
Whenever you do have an offense playing like that, usually the opposing offense is trying to play a lot of catch-up and stuff, and they’re doing a lot of aggressive things. And they’ve given up some explosives, which gets the yards going, but they’re still third in the league in turnovers, which means they cause a lot of problems. Unfortunately, both the 49ers (4-3) and Seahawks (5-1) have injury problems that could diminish the quality of Sunday’s game.
What the 49ers have to do that other teams haven’t is to make plays on the ball. How many times have we seen Tyler Lockett come down with a 50/50 ball? The secondary must contest catches and hold Seattle to a couple of field-goal attempts in the red zone.